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Exchanges responsible for delivery: FMC

Posted on 03 September 2013

FMC has also directed the exchanges to ensure that all the existing FMC accredited warehouses get registered by 31 Dec. Commodities markets regulator Forward Markets Commission (FMC) on Monday said commodity future exchanges are responsible for ensuring the settlement of outstanding forward contracts by way of delivery.
Forward Contract Regulation Act, 1952, requires all forward contracts to be delivery-based. Without mentioning any exchange, FMC said “it has been observed that some of the exchanges have issued circulars to their trading members and other market participants in which conscious efforts have been made to evade their prime responsibility of ensuring quality and quantity of commodities as per the prescribed contract specification, and to pass on the entire onus to the warehouse service providers, which is not correct”………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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